The company said the suspension of operation at the copper is momentary, as northern Chile is being hit by torrential rain and snow.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) probe centres on the alleged mishandling of claims of natural gas pipeline violations at TransCanada by engineers working for the energy regulator (NEB).
At the end of January, the company announced it was placing the mine in care and maintenance, citing a commodity price crash, and earlier this month was forced to seek creditor protection.
It’s a seemingly small thing, the matter of a dozen or so degrees difference in the water temperature during one part of the lengthy and complex process of squeezing oil from Alberta bitumen.
In the farthest reaches of northwestern Canada, there are few people and fewer roads. When winter comes, fuel, explosives, and heavy equipment move north in an unusual way: via trucks driving on frozen lakes.
An annual survey of the oil and gas workforce has revealed a surprising trend.
The collapse in the market for Canada’s heavy crude below $30 a barrel last week is hammering home a harsh reality for the nation’s oil-sands producers: There’s no one to save them this time.
The country's Environmental Court handed Monday a major victory to Barrick’s besieged Pascua-Lama gold, copper and silver project, straddling the border with Argentina.
The U.S. miner said the sale is part of a strategy to divest non-core assets and focus on supplying iron ore pellets to the North American steel industry.
The deal will add US$7 million to US$8 million per year in cash flow to Sandstorm's portfolio.
A Bank of Canada junket to the oil sands at Fort McMurray, Alta., helped push the cost of a single board of directors meeting last June to over $100,000, a CBC News analysis shows.
The regulation forces mining companies to consider the possibility of a tailings disaster and evaluate the environmental, health, social and economic impacts of an accident.
A group of farmers critical of Canadian mining interests in their native Dominican Republic has been blocked from travelling to Saskatoon, Toronto and other cities.
Japan's top smelter, Pan Pacific Copper, will have to pay $11.9 million for breaching several environmental rules.
The B.C. Supreme Court case examining the defamation suit launched by Taseko Mines Ltd. against the Wilderness Committee will resume March 31.
The first two months of 2015 failed miserably to dispel gloomy market conditions affecting the global mining industry, according to a study published Wednesday.
Facing intense public pressure to ensure tailings are handled, stored and monitored better, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has taken the bull by the horns.
According to analysts from Credit Suisse, Chinese importers will settle at $320 a tonne, versus $305 a tonne they paid last year.
Mosaic Co. has announced it will spend $1.7 billion to expand its K3 potash mine near Esterhazy, Saskatchewan.
Peter Cashin has relinquished his responsibilities as president and CEO of the company to focus on new mineral exploration opportunities.
Three corpses were found on Friday in a mass grave in southwestern Mexico's Guerrero state.
The gold miner is said to be evaluating whether to put its Zaldivar copper mine on the block as it tries to meet an ambitious debt reduction target.
RBC Economics is forecasting that the Saskatchewan economy will grow in 2015, even in the face of dropping oil prices.
André Gaumond has led the discoveries of six gold deposits in his career.
The company's 52-week range is 68 cents to $1.40.
During the lunch session at the Subscriber Summit, we invited Mr. Gabel for an interview. Energy and Gold wanted to share some of Mr. Gabel’s oilpatch expertise and outlook with readers.
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